EPØKHE drops a snazzy new collection of vintage-inspired shades
If Susan Sarandon’s tortoise cat-eye sunnies in Thelma & Louise or the classic round frames sported by Swiss-French architect, designer and painter Le Corbusier are in line with your personal aesthetic, set your peepers on the new retro-inspired collection of shades from Byron Bay’s EPØKHE.
Inspired by the optical shapes of days past, the latest collection S01 2018 takes subtle cues from industrial style design and architecture to feature smooth, strong lines, bold shapes and classic colourways. Channel your inner Johnny Depp Fear and Loathing style in the attention-stealing LEV aviator frames or opt for a more refined look with the DENZ all-metal hexagonal frames, which are available in both gold and silver.
Created in Italy from sustainable materials, EPØKHE shades are all about quality, design and ethical production methods, so that’s something to feel good about. Founded in 2012 by filmmaker Kai Neville and professional surfers Dion Agius and Mitch Coleborn, EPØKHE was always destined to be different with this new collection proving once again that the gents have a true eye for style. Take a peek at EPØKHE’s latest collection online or if you happen to be down Byron Bay way, pop in to the boutique in Brigantine Street to ogle them in person.